Boiler solutions for every application
Our steam boilers provide energy efficient steam and hot water for a wide range of applications throughout many different businesses on time, every time.
The industries that use steam are varied and unique and range from dry cleaning to special FX, National Trust steam engine driven processes, to fine art, education, food processing and manufacturing.
Other sectors include the leisure, textiles and laundry services; nuclear power plants, plastic bottling and paper manufacturing right through to ceramics and building materials.
Steam is a vital medium for a huge array of industries and continues to grow year on year.
From steam boilers to ancillaries, packaged skid units to fully operational plant rooms; supply only to complete on site installations; CFB Boilers will turn your design ideas into reality.
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What we did for Canonbury Dry Cleaners in Islington
The Slim Jim 10 HP steam boiler is the boiler of choice for several dry cleaners, thanks to its small sleek frame which easily fits through a standard doorway.
Alongside being easy to install, to ensure maximum productivity and so too profits, laundries and dry cleaners need a boiler that will reliably and powerfully fulfil its role as the heart of the business.
Our 4VT range of boilers, provide significant energy savings, are low maintenance and have an impressive start-up time of 10-15 minutes.
This speed in reaching full pressure is crucial for maximising working hours and thus money-making potential for any laundry or dry cleaning business.
“I just arrive in the morning and begin working. This is what the Slim Jim enables me to do, there’s no waiting around for an hour, I can just start work almost right away.”
“Now if a customer comes in first thing, I can get to work immediately“, explains Mr Malik, owner of Canonbury Dry Cleaners in Islington.
“We also decided on the Slim Jim because it’s really compact. We’ve got limited small space and every one of our doors are narrow, but installing the boiler was no problem for CFB’s engineers.”